Wilhemina Odarkor Ofori

Heritage Christian College Campus. Amasaman Behind Stadium Junction

Wilhemina Odarkor Ofori



Mrs. Wilhemina Odarkor Ofori is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Information Science from the University of South Africa. She holds an MPhil. in Information Studies and a BA Information Studies and Linguistics both from the University of Ghana. She represents HCC on the Governing Council of the Consortium of Academic and Research Libraries, Ghana (CARLIGH). She has brought HCC into high repute as a result of her activities at various levels of committee activities of CARLIGH. Wilhemina works closely with all departments to provide all materials needed for teaching and learning while also offering instruction in Library Skills. She provides additional support on literature search, referencing and plagiarism. She has had stints with the Balme Library of the University of Ghana, the Ghana Highway Authority Library, the International Business Centre of the SG-SSB Bank and the Eden Learning Centre, Adenta. Wilhemina is also a member of the Ghana Library Association. She is experienced in Reference Management using Mendeley, Cataloguing with KOHA among others. Her research interests include library marketing, library digitization and information seeking behaviour. She is a Christian and married with two children.


  • PhD in Information Science – University of South Africa (Ongoing)
  • Master of Philosophy in Information Studies – University of Ghana, Legon
  • Bachelor of Arts, Information Studies and Linguistics – University of Ghana, Legon

Fields of Expertise

  • Library Marketing, Digital libraries, Information Seeking Behavior

Fields of Expertise

  • The primary market value innovations of newly public firms
  • Auditor Tenure and Quality of Financial Report
  • Unexpected Fees and the Prediction of Material Weaknesses


  • Ofori, W. O., Markwei, E., & Quagraine, N. T. (2020). Marketing intangibles: the case of library services in higher education institutions. Library Hi Tech News, 37(3), 15–20. https://doi.org/10.1108/LHTN-11-2019-0085

Supervised Research (2021)

  • The use of payment systems in electronic commerce in Ghana: prospects and challenges – Nelson Kessie

Non-Academic Achievements

  • Member of Academic Board (HCC)
  • Member of Executive Committee (HCC)
  • Member of Student Affairs Committee (HCC)
  • Member of Library Committee (HCC)
  • Member of Research and Staff Development Committee (HCC)
  • Member of Scholarship Committee (HCC)
  • Member of the planning committee for the 3rd CARLIGH/AAU International Conference on "Managing research output for national development: Trends and issues", held from 9th to 13th July 2018.
  • Secretary of the planning committee for the 4th CARLIGH/AAU International Conference on “Enhancing information access through Artificial Intelligence”
  • Secretary – CARLIGH new pricing model committee
  • Member – 2022 Elections Committee of CARLIGH


  • Reading, solving puzzles.


  • Office hours for meeting Students: Wednesdays and Thursdays (10am – 11am) Office Location: Room 028